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Feature adventure holidays
We’ve developed a range of dedicated solo holidays & solo travel packages; exclusively for people booking on their own. Around 40% of all our passengers are solo travellers.
Desert & Delta
Transport - Minibus/safari truck, dugout canoe, on foot.
Accommodation - Chalet/lodge (9nts), permanent tent (10nts), bushman hut (1nt).
Meals - 20 breakfasts, 17 lunches & 12 dinners.
We often have multiple itineraries so please check to see which itinerary is suitable for you, by selecting the relevant tab.
Fly to Livingstone
Overnight flight to Livingstone.
Livingstone; visit Victoria Falls; optional activities
You have 2 days to explore Victoria Falls, a natural wonder of the world, plunging into the Zambezi Gorge. Adventure activities abound including white water rafting on the mighty Zambezi (additional charge). Permanent tent – 2 nights (Bx1)
Heading out of Livingstone you cross at Sesheke into the Caprivi, a narrow strip of Namibian land that extends between Angola, Zambia and Botswana. An abundance of large rivers attracts a variety of animals and birds and you have 2 days to explore this remote and beautiful region. Permanent tent – 2 nights (Bx2,Lx2,Dx2)
Please note that on leaving Zambia you will be required to pay a departure tax that equates to around US$5. This is paid locally and all major credit cards are accepted.
After a morning enjoying the abundant birdlife that surrounds the camp, the road takes you directly west along the Kavango River. Villages of grass huts and local wooden crafts and carvings are a common sight. You stop for the night at a riverside camp in Rundu with a spectacular sunset. Chalet – 1 night (BLD)
Etosha National Park
Etosha National Park, ‘the great white place of dry water’, in the game rich north west corner of Namibia offers a variety of wildlife. You will go on game drives around the huge dry pan to find the elephants, herds of antelope and lions round the waterholes before staying overnight at Namutoni and Okaukuejo with their flood-lit waterholes. (Subject to animal movements you may stay at any of the 3 camps in Etosha.) Lodge – 2 nights (Bx2,Lx2,Dx2)
The next stop is the Brandberg where you will camp next to the dry Ugab River bed, home to the rare desert elephants. Explore the mountains on foot with local guides, who lead you through this region adorned with rock art including the ‘White Lady’. Chalet – 1 night (BLD)
Today’s journey covers some beautiful desert landscapes as you move south towards the huge granite domes that rise out of the desert at Spitzkoppe. After setting up camp at the foot of these massive domes, you take a walk to explore the area. The silence and wide open spaces add to the mystery and you will enjoy a magnificent sunset. Lodge – 1 night (BLD)
Cross flat open plains to the coastline where you visit the Cape Cross seal colony. Further south is the coastal town of Swakopmund where you will have a free day to explore the town or try dune boarding (additional charge). Guesthouse – 2 nights (Bx2 Lx1)
Lunar landscapes surround the town of Swakopmund and you will visit these as you leave and head into the Namib Desert with it’s towering red sand dunes. Enjoy a walk in Sossusvlei, explore Sesriem Canyon and watch dramatic sunsets over the world’s highest sand dunes. Permanent tent – 2 nights (Bx2,Lx2,Dx2)
The charm of the city of Windhoek lies in its harmonious blend of African and European cultures and the friendliness of its people. Guesthouse – 1 night (BL)
Crossing into Botswana, overnight in the heart of the Kalahari and take a walk with the local San Bushmen to learn fascinating bush skills. Bushman hut – 1 night (BLD)
Camp in Maun for a night in preparation before journeying deep into the Okavango Delta on Mokoro (dug out canoes) - an experience not to be missed. Originally cut by hand from a single log, nowadays many are moulded from fibreglass to conserve the precious stock of local hardwoods. Although a mokoro looks anything but stable, in fact it is an extremely safe and reliable craft.
You set off, two people to a mokoro, poled by a skilled Tswana guide who will act as your eyes and ears until you attune to this unfamiliar watery environment. You navigate the maze of creeks and narrow channels, slipping silently through the beds of reed and beautiful papyrus fronds, past islands covered with palm trees. As you travel, you will see numerous birds and may encounter red lechwe (a rare type of antelope) or even elephant browsing in the water. The delta area is populated with hippos but you will journey through shallow waterways to avoid contact. Please advise your guide if you cannot swim. After pitching camp, you set off on a short walk and learn more about this unique habitat. For the next two nights you camp wild on a remote island in the delta, enjoying the seclusion and the sense of escape. In addition to your mokoro journey you will be able to enjoy bush walks, swimming and the birdlife in this pristine wilderness area You fall asleep to the sounds of frogs croaking and may hear the distinctive sound of hippos or hyenas ‘laughing’ in the distance. Tented camp/lodge – 3 nights (Bx3 Lx3 Dx2)
Please note: Our local guides are wildlife experts and it is important to pay close attention to their requests in terms of safety. The delta is an exciting place to explore, but it needs to be understood and respected, and following their advice is paramount.
Please note: Our local guides are wildlife experts and it is important to pay close attention to their requests in terms of safety. Wild camping is a wonderful experience but to ensure your safety you must be aware of the dangers and following the guide's advice is paramount.
Feel the vastness of Africa under a big sky sunset. After the rains the pans fill with water and attract thousands of water birds and herds of zebra, wildebeest and springbok. Permanent tent – 1 night (BL)
Chobe National Park
Turn north through the Chobe Forest Reserve to Kasane where we will set up camp. Chobe NP is famous for large herds of elephant and buffalo. The afternoon is spent on an exciting wildlife boat cruise in the Chobe NP. Chalet – 1 night (BL)
This morning you transfer to Livingstone ready for an overnight flight home. (B)